Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Accessibility apps for students to use

Since students are beginning to stray away from pen and paper for note taking, and are moving into the direction of stylus to screen, there has been a rapid growth of technological tools specifically geared around the classroom. The Office of Accessible Education at Standford has compiled a preliminary list of different applications (or "apps") specific to the iOS platform that students may find useful during their academic experiences.

These not only help students who just want to "replay" the lecture at a later time, but can also overcome a myriad of accessibility barriers.

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